Two DEA agents lied on a background check about their ownership of a New Jersey strip club, federal prosecutors allege. Two longtime DEA agents have been charged in federal court with lying about their ownership of a New Jersey strip club. David Polos, 51, and Glen Glover, 45, were arrested Wednesday by the FBI, accused of making false statements on national security background check forms.
Such agents are required to disclose outside employment, in part to weed out people who might associate with criminals or be at risk of blackmail, according to the U. Attorney's Office. There was allegedly plenty of sordid, criminal activity happening at Twins, where prosecutors say the agents, Glen Glover and David Polos, knowingly employed undocumented immigrants from Russia and Brazil as strippers, and where the dancers occasionally had sex with patrons and staff for cash.
The first time was very short and the girls seemed very standoffish so I figured I give it another chance. I arrived around on a Friday night. There seemed to be about 6 dancers on at the time.
BYOB advertising ban in New Jersey was recently ruled unconstitutional by a federal judge after a strip club with a Bergen County location challenged free speech grounds, NJ. While New Jersey law allows customers to bring their own alcoholic beverages, such restaurants that advertised it were subject to prosecution as a disorderly persons's offense and other penalties. Stiletto -- with one location on Paterson Plank Road in Carlstadt -- didn't think that was fair. District Court Judge Joseph H.
By Lia Eustachewich and Laura Italiano. A former Drug Enforcement Administration supervisor and another employee of the agency were convicted by a Manhattan federal jury on Thursday of lying about secretly running a raunchy strip club in Hackensack, NJ. The two sat stone-faced in a federal courthouse in Lower Manhattan as they were convicted, after only three hours of deliberations, of making false statements and conspiracy to make false statements.
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Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. A manager said the club, made famous as the Bada Bing in 'The Sopranos,' reopened two weeks ago after the state forced it to close in December. A link has been sent to your friend's email address.
The two employees surrendered in Manhattan on Wednesday and have been charged with one count of making false statements. If convicted, they could face up to five years in prison. Both were released without bail after a short court appearance. According to the complaint, retired Agent David Polos, 51, and employee Glen Glover, 45, who is on administrative leave, supervised the club via computer and smartphone apps during paid DEA shifts.
No booze is sold at convenience stores which is a PAIN. This motel is located in south Hackensack, which is about 30 min. The motel is very simple, it needs an upgrade, the furniture is old and some are broken, the cleanliness is not their strong point, the room has an old fridge, a microwave, a tv and a hair dryer.